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Company Beckman Coulter, Inc.
Item ICON®microALB
  • CLIA Waived
  • 18 mg/L sensitivity, 95% specificity
  • Albumin specific
  • Results in 3 minutes, readable up to 8 hours
  • Room temperature storage
  • Description ICON®microALB is a qualitative immunoassay for urinary albumin that allows for early detection of kidney disease. This albumin specific, CLIA Waived test has a sensitivity of 18 mg/L and specificity of 95%, and gives accurate results in only 3 minutes with stable viewing results up to 8 hours. Since early detection is one key to preventing kidney disease, the ICON®microALB allows the clinician to easily meet the National Kidney Foundation and American Diabetes Association guidelines for annual screening and has a unique design that allows for easy handling, superior readability and patient labeling right on the device. The ICON®microALB can be stored at room temperature and each dipstick is individually wrapped. Add this annual screening test to your Point-of-Care arsenal.
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